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  1. #1 Convert PMF to AVI 
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    **Would not let me post it in the guides section**

    **This is not my work.I'm just giving the members from PSPMOD a little Tut**

    This guide will allow you to convert PMF to AVI so that you can customize them or whatever.

    Original Audio available, thanks to Z33's Atrac3 file decompressor.

    Purple OPTION is to use Original audio.

    Green OPTION is to use any other audio.


    REQUIREMENTS
    -Mplayer and mencodec Get them HERE
    -VirtualDub (Stable) Get it HERE
    -Windows
    To use Original Audio
    - Mplayer and mencodec (Same as above in REQUIREMENTS)
    -Z33's Atrac3 file decompressor (for PSP) Get it HERE

    INSTRUCTIONS

    1. Unrar the MPlayer-mingw32-1.0rc1.zip. From inside the mplayer folder grab the
    mplayer.exe and mencoder.exe and put them in the root of your computer (C:\).

    2. Get your pmf video and rename it to convert.pmf and put it in the C:\ as well.

    3. Open up the Command Prompt (Star\Run\ enter cmd and click OK).

    4. Once the Command Prompt appears, type cd c:\ and click Enter.

    5. On the second line type mplayer convert.pmf -dumpvideo and click Enter.

    6. On the third line type mencoder.exe stream.dump -ovc raw -noskip -ofps 29.97 -o done.avi and click Enter.

    7. Go to your C:\ where you will find a done.avi video.

    8. Since the done.avi is corrupted with junk data in it, you need an encoder such as VirtualDub.

    9. Unrar the VirtualDub-1.6.17.zip and open up VirtualDub.exe.

    10. Drag and Drop your done.avi video into the VirtualDub main screen.

    To produce and insert the Original Audio

    11. Same instructions as for getting the Video dump, EXCEPT that you type mplayer -dumpaudio -dumpfile convert.at3 convert.pmf and press Enter, at Step 5

    12. From at3decode.zip, grab and drop the at3 and PSP into the root of your memory stick and click Yes To All when overwriting message appears.

    13. Get the recent created convert.at3 from your C: and put it in the at3 folder.

    14. On your PSP under GAME, execute At3 DECODETEST and will create THE ORIGINAL AUDIO at the root of your memory stick as CONVERT.AT3.wav

    15. Once you have opened your done.avi video in VirtualDub, Go to Audio>WAV audio... to import the Wav audio that was just created.
    Now move on to the Step 16.


    OPTIONAL- To add you own audio using VirtualDub.
    *Your audio needs to be in WAV format.
    After Step 10, go to Audio and choose WAV Audio... and select your Wav file.
    Now move on to the Step 16.

    16. Go to File then you can either select Save as AVI or as Save old format aAVI.
    The only difference I noticed was tha something the old format AVI could be as much as 3 times smaller than the normal AVI. The output is going to be big because it's Uncompressed but you can change the compression at Video-->Compression... (such as Divx, which outputs a file the same size as the original gameboot).

    17. The output of either option will give you a PC or UmdStream Composer ready AVI video to convert to gameboot unless you change the video format to something else other than Uncompressed RGB/YCbCr.
    Last edited by DarkFoxSniper; 11-29-2007 at 04:47 PM.
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    That link does not support PMF conversion.
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    Oh my bad .
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    OOh very nice, ive been looking for something like this.


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    Aye im having problems i did it all right BUT when i get to the part where i put the avi in the virtualDub and it only shows me 3 mins of the 18 mins it just says there are sum missing files. can u help?
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    I Typed mplayer convert.pmf -dumpvideo and it saystoo many video packets in the buffer: (4096 in 8249430) maybe you are playing a non interleaved stream or the codec failed? what do i do?
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    I just tried out the PMF thingy on my PMF player. How come the audio spikes every now and then? I converted it again at a higher bit rate but I still get the same problem.
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    Ok so I tried doing this, the thing is... The done.avi is nowhere to be found. Any help? I'm really needing a help right now, and as it seems that it ate 2GB of my memory or it was more than 2GB
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